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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Orlando Findlayter
New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton says that he has "no problem whatsoever" with Mayor Bill de Blasio's (dih BLAH'-zee-oh) call to the NYPD after a political ally was arrested.
Coincidence? New York City's newly seated mayor, Bill de Blasio, made a telephone call to the police department to ask how his freshly arrested friend, Bishop Orlando Findlayter, was doing. A few hours later, Mr. Findlayter walked free.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is refusing to discuss his phone call to the NYPD to ask about the arrest of a political ally.
Mayor Bill de Blasio called the commanding officer of the police department's press office to ask about the arrest of a politically connected pastor who endorsed him and served as a member of his transition team, but the pastor had already been released, police and administration officials said Tuesday,